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Image No: PA-3946-11-7

Title: Henri Gagnon wearing assumption sash, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1898]

Photographer/Illustrator: W.J. James, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Remarks: Henri was the son of Severe Gagnon of the North-West Mounted Police, and his wife Emma Royal Gagnon.

Subject(s): Children's clothing / Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Personalities

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Image No: PA-3946-11-5

Title: Henri Gagnon at age five, visiting Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Date: 1898

Photographer/Illustrator: Steele and Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Henri was the son of Severe Gagnon of the North-West Mounted Police, and his wife Emma Royal Gagnon. The Gagnons were stationed in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Subject(s): Children's clothing

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Image No: PA-3946-14-2

Title: Portrait of Henri Gagnon, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Date: 1925

Photographer/Illustrator: Bridgman, Vancouver, British Coumbia.

Remarks: Gagnon served in the Mounted Police from 1920 to 1947.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Uniforms

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Image No: PA-3946-16-18

Title: Henri Gagnon and his daughter Suzanne Gagnon in swimming suits, Pointe Claire, Quebec.

Date: 1935

Subject(s): Bathing suits

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Image No: PA-3946-17-7

Title: English actress Madeleine Carroll and Henri Gagnonof the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Montreal, Quebec.

Date: November 1940

Remarks: Carroll gave up acting for war work during the Second World War. Autographed on the back: "Fete de la Victoire...Novembre 1940. Un jour que je n'oublerai jamais - il y a des souvenirs dans la vie, qui vous restent, pour toujours. Et celui la n'est tres cher! Affectueusement, Madeleine".

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Actors / Hats

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Image No: PA-3946-14-13

Title: Visit of General Henri Giraud, Montreal, Quebec.

Date: July 1943

Photographer/Illustrator: Desjardins, Lucien, Montreal, Quebec

Remarks: Taken in front of the Windsor Hotel. L-R: Superintendent Henri Gagnon, RCMP; Inspector Lariviere, RCMP; Honorable L.R. LaFleche, Minister of National Defence; General Henri Giraud; Honorable Ernest Bertrand, Fisheries Minister; Major General E.J. Renaud; Lieutenant Georges Viret, aide-de-camp to Giraud; and Lieutenant Jacques LeNormand.

Subject(s): World War, 1939-1945 - Personalities / Montreal, Quebec - Events

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Image No: PA-3946-14-14

Title: Portrait of Superintendent Henri Gagnon of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1943-1946]

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3946-18-1

Title: Henri Gagnon's funeral, Montreal, Quebec.

Date: November 22, 1947

Remarks: Gagnon was Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Subject(s): Funeral rites and ceremonies / Flags / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / Statues

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Image No: PA-3946-18-3

Title: Henri Gagnon's funeral, Montreal, Quebec.

Date: November 22, 1947

Remarks: Gagnon was Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Subject(s): Funeral rites and ceremonies / Flags / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3946-18-10

Title: Henri Gagnon's funeral, Montreal, Quebec.

Date: November 22, 1947

Remarks: Gagnon was Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Subject(s): Funeral rites and ceremonies / Parades / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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